Gone are the wavy curls, glistening with sweat and flopping a full second behind his every move.
But with unlimited access to the luxurious sandwiches, piled high with glistening meat, a buttery apocalypse of gluttony unfolded.
Models are removed from reality; they float in front of solid backgrounds with glistening limbs and undetectable expressions.
A gorgeous, glistening rendition of “Lost Cause” came next, and the airy Morning Phase standout “Blue Moon” ended the sequence.
“Especially because her role was about a strong woman, we wanted to embody strength,” Williams said of the glistening dress.
Scotty held up his hand, and it was smeared with glistening oil.
Before us were two colossal statues of glistening white crystal.
Fascinated, he watched the heavy dark drop hang in the glistening cloud, and pull down the gossamer.
His voice was choked and his pale face was glistening with perspiration.
He took her hand; it was cold and damp, and her forehead was glistening with minute globes of sweat.
Old English glisnian "to glisten, gleam," from Proto-Germanic *glis- (cf. Old Frisian glisa "to shine," Middle High German glistern "to sparkle," Old Danish glisse "to shine"), from PIE *ghleis-, from root *ghel- "to shine, glitter, glow, be warm" (see glass). Related: Glistened; glistening.